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    DD, Aged 17

    When people would talk they didn't know what to say which was understandable.  more...


    Mimi - 15 years old

    I lost myself doing stupid things, angry and sad and depressed at everything. I ended up failing my classes, not caring about school, and getting into fights.  more...


    Chelsea - 14 years old

    I stuck my head round the door in the room mum was in, and she looked really ill. I couldn't understand what was happening - one minute my mum was fine and the next she was ill.  more...


    Clair - aged 14

    Something I wish is I could just have one more day with my dad! - to tell him how much I love him and how sorry I am for all the bad things I have said and done to him!  more...


    Nicole - 17 years old

    This time the doctors are unable to operate. He has already had 6 sessions of chemo and is having another 6 sessions. I cannot help feeling I may lose him.  more...


    Rirrif - 15 years old

    I have been staying with my dad because my mom doesn't want me around when she is sick, which is all the time. My dad works at night so I spend a lot of time alone since I'm not with my mom. I'm afraid she is going to die and I'll blame myself for not being there more. more...


    HT - 13 years old

    She has been so strong about this and is keen to put it all behind her.  more...

Details of bereavement website for young people

Do you have details of a website for young people whose parent (or other family member) have died? Thankyou


Thank you for contacting riprap. There are various websites that you can look at regarding bereavement and you can find these under the bereavement section on the third party links on riprap. Here are some of the better well known sites for you to think about looking at:

1. RD4U (Road for you) is a website offered by Cruse Bereavement Care to support young people when a family member has died.

2. Winston’s Wish is a charity that supports bereaved children and young people through information, support and groups. It has resources to aid bereavement such as creating a memory box.

3. Child Bereavement UK offers a website section specifically for young people with information and videos that might be helpful.

I hope that this is helpful. Should you wish for more information, please get back to us.

Very best wishes from the riprap team